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ISLOGICAL is a function in Google Sheets that checks if a value is logical. The function takes in one input, which is the value to be checked. The function will return TRUE if the value is logical, and FALSE if the value is not logical. The function is useful for checking if values are true or false, and for checking if values are in a certain range.

The syntax of ISLOGICAL in Google Sheets is as follows:

=ISLOGICAL(logical_test)

This function returns TRUE if the logical_test is logically true, and FALSE if it is not.

ISLOGICAL is a function in Google Sheets that returns TRUE if the first argument is a logical value (TRUE or FALSE), and FALSE if the first argument is not a logical value. This function is useful for determining whether a condition is met, and can be used in conjunction with other functions to create more complex formulas. An example of how to use the ISLOGICAL function in Google Sheets is shown below.

In this example, the formula in cell C2 checks to see if the value in cell A2 is greater than 10. If it is, the result in cell C2 is TRUE, and if it is not, the result is FALSE. The formula in cell C3 uses the ISLOGICAL function to determine whether the result in cell C2 is TRUE or FALSE.

There are times when you should not use the ISLOGICAL function in Google Sheets. One example is when you are trying to count the number of cells in a range that are not empty. In this case, you should use the COUNTIF function instead of the ISLOGICAL function.

ISLOGICAL is a Google Sheets function that returns TRUE if the first argument is a logical value (TRUE or FALSE), and FALSE if the first argument is not a logical value. Some similar formulae to ISLOGICAL in Google Sheets include:

ISNUMBER: Returns TRUE if the first argument is a number, and FALSE if the first argument is not a number.

ISSTRING: Returns TRUE if the first argument is a string, and FALSE if the first argument is not a string.

ISTEXT: Returns TRUE if the first argument is text, and FALSE if the first argument is not text.

ISERROR: Returns TRUE if the first argument is an error value, and FALSE if the first argument is not an error value.

ISNA: Returns TRUE if the first argument is the #N/A error value, and FALSE if the first argument is not the #N/A error value.

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